Celcom Axiata MALAYSIA Open 2019 : R/32 to Final (02-07 April)

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  1. abedeng

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    He Bingjao does take some time before she goes full throttle ....

    Kosetskaya is doing well pushing Kristy Gilmour all over the place.
     
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    Hahahaha, only if this is possible. I am sure that many of us are wishing for that. JPN girls (well, not all) are the best in this area, cute, beautiful, and most importantly have achievements.
     
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    Those playing in XD are more focused in WD and MD if they are good anyway.

    If i can do better in MD and WD why do i bother about this anyway other than warming up my body. I guess tts japanese girls thinking.

    It leads to most uncompet sector.
     
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    Turns out I need to max out the audio from my laptop to get decent sound.
     
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    Watch out! watch out!.
    TPE have Tai Tzu Ying, Chou Tien Chen, Wang/Lee + Wang/Cheng. The truly dark horse in Sudirman cup
     
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    Oh my, Huang DP what's the matter girl? o_Oo_O win or lose, I have a feeling Wang and Huang will have a decent long arguing and bickering later. lol
     
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    Good recovery by Miss Gilmour to steal the game, after Kosetskaya sabotaged her own chances to win.
     
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    Jia you Wang/Huang :D:D
    Watching them is like watching two twin siblings haha
     
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    bye PraMel.....
     
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    Rinov/Pitha win the INA XD duel today. Next, they will face either Wang/Huang or Wang/Cheng. Get ready!
     
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    Wang/Huang escape defeat today. Rinov/Pitha should prepare themselves against this CHN pair.
     
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    Finally Wang/Huang to the next round. It was horrible, seriously lol I couldn't stop laughing watching them today.
    So relieved though that they made it through today despite their terrible game. They just didn't click. Too many indecisive moments and HDP wasn't that great at the net today.

    Just saw them arguing all the way out of the court probably keep on going till they reached home.:D:D
     
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    Slow shuttles?o_O
     
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    Very likely - this arena is a huge hall.
     
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    Annisa Saufika has some deft net tricks. But it is obvious that Tse Ying Suet is not quite match fit yet.
     
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    Can't understand how the Indonesians managed to lose the 2nd game ...... Ronald contributed greatly to HK's cause.
     
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    Well, most of the INA players are victim to this.

    Btw, the MD match is really loud.
     
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    I've never seen a pair so much in ascendency, but still manage to lose a game.

    Well, except for Koo/Tan at the 2011 All England final.

    At least Ronald/Annisa Saufika did not lose the match.
     
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    Obviously, the WC/OG are the two majors per se, BWF classified them so and I. believe, the big sponsors too, apart from the wider badminton community or the sports world. Then comes the rest like those you mentioned, All England, Asian Games (for Asians), World tour Finals (previously SSF), as for the INA Open and China Open, arguably at best.

    Your final point about LCW is an afterthought, and I still think he won't hesitate to trade quite a few of his trophies for one WC/OG, health matters aside.
     
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    I think it unlikely HBJ can survive to the QFs, or at most. You're absolutely right, it's her stamina problem or lack thereof.
     

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